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BACKGROUND information The Indian Scenario National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture

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Background information About Bangalore About the Venue Organisers Hotels in Bangalore Grain Tech India 2011 - Gateway to Hottest Destination for Food Products & Technologies Exhibitor Profile Event Support

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GRAIN TECH INDIA : KEY FACTS Provisional Exhibitors List of GrainTech 2011 Exhibition floor plan

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BACKGROUND information The Indian Scenario The Indian government is expecting a bumper production of food grains and pulses this year in wake of a very good monsoon in 2010 that boosted the Kharif crop coupled with some late rains that have resulted in good soil moisture for the Rabi crop. Overall, farm production is set to reach close to record high levels according to the latest estimates released by the farm ministry. Production of wheat is estimated to reach an all-time high of 81.47 million tonne. Even more important is the case of pulses output, which will for the first time cross the 16 million tonne mark, and will reach 16.51 million tonne. Similarly, in case of maize too, the production is set to sour to 20.03 million tonne. In case of cash crops too, there will be significant increase. Production of oilseeds will jump to 27.85 million tonne. Releasing the Second Advance Estimates of crop production for 2010-11 recently, Sharad Pawar said that the country was on the verge of a record harvest and called for lifting of the ban on export of certain crops products like rice, sugar and onion. Prices of some of these items, for instance onions, have come down in recent days owing to strong harvest. Pawar said the country was likely to produce more foodgrains as compared to last year and therefore, some amount of exports was feasible, which will also support the farm operations by keeping prices from slumping. Exports reduce domestic availability thereby raising the local prices. But often greater beneficiary of exports are savvy traders while grass root producers get a smaller share of such benefit.

Overall Picture on Farm Front It would be appropriate here to take a look at the overall picture on the farm front on the basis of latest official figures. The estimated foodgrain production in 2010-11 is 232.07 million tonnes, which is almost 14 million tonnes more than last year, but marginally lower than the record 234.47 million tonnes production in 2008-09.

Wheat With an estimated record 81.47 million tonnes of wheat this time, it would be the third successive year that the country’s wheat harvest would exceed 80 million tonnes. According to the second advance estimate, the combined output of Punjab and Haryana is expected to be 26.9 million tonnes in the current rabi season as against 25.66 million tonnes in the previous year. Uttar Pradesh is set for a production of 30.9 million tonnes this year as against 27.51 million tonnes from 9.3 million hectares. The State has targeted a production of 30 million tonnes in 2011 on from 9.55 million hectares. The wheat acreage in Rajasthan is likely to be over 2.5 million hectares as against 2.39 million hectares last year.

Rice India could achieve a record rice production of 100 million tonnes in 2010-11 crop year on the back of better monsoon this year, a top agriculture ministry official said on Friday. The country’s rice production declined to 89.13 million tonnes in 2009-10 crop year (July-June) from record 99.18 million tonnes in the previous year due to severe drought that affected almost half of the country. “As we get some rice during Rabi season also and going by good rains in August and September, we can reach 100 million tonnes,” Agriculture Secretary P K Basu told recently. He noted that so far rains have been conducive and sowing area in all crops, including paddy, are better than last two years. Paddy acreage so far is higher by 12 lakh hectares than last year at 169.71 lakh hectares. “We have had two major thrust programmes on eastern region of the country (paddy growing areas) and pulses sector. Therefore, I see no reason why production won’t be good,” he said. Asked whether the country can achieve a record foodgrains production in 2010-11, Basu said: “There is no stage now for estimation of foodgrain production. But going by sowing, it should make us reach our targets”. In 2009-10, the country’s foodgrains production dropped to 218.2 million tonnes from a record 234.47 million tonnes in the previous year. The secretary said that pulses acreage had also gone up and therefore the scenario looked positive, though he pointed out that some districts were bound to have some problems as India is a big country. US Department of Agriculture has forecasted a 13% rise in India’s rice output in 2010-11 season to 99 million tons, citing expected normal monsoon and higher prices. According to latest report of USDA, expected normal monsoon and higher minimum support price (MSP) offered by government, are expected to indulge farmers to augment their acreage in the coming kharif season that to be started from next month. Last year, India’s rice production fell to 87.5 million tons owing to the poor monsoon. Around 60% country’s farm land are rain fed.

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The key factors, such as weather and demand, which drive rice production higher are seen favorable for the rice production in 2010-11, USDA said. About 85% of the country’s total rice output is grown during the kharif season, while the rest of the 15% is cultivated during the rabi season. Last year, the government increased the minimum support price (MSP) of rice to Rs 1,000 a quintal for the common variety, and Rs 1,030 a quintal for the Grade A variety. The area under rice cultivation is expected to increase by 10% to 45 million hectares from last year, while yields are expected to rise by 3 % to 3.3 tons a hectare.

Pulses The domestic production of pulses is expected to cross 16.5 million tonnes this year, thanks to an action plan to make India self-sufficient in the commodity. Higher incomes have increased the demand for pulses, but the domestic production has been unable to keep pace, making India susceptible to price pressures by countries that have a surplus. India produced 14.7 million tonnes of pulses and imported 3.5 million tonnes last year. Over the last five years, the price of pulses, as measured by the wholesale price index, has risen at a compounded average rate of 11.5%, nearly double the general rise in prices. The strategy has yielded results, with area under pulses in the ongoing Rabi season rising by more than a million hectares from a year ago. In the Kharif season, the acreage was up 1.8 million hectares. Under improved conditions, the yield of pluses can rise from 600 kg per ha to 1500-2000 kg per ha, according to a paper on work-plan for pulses. The strategy proposals include formation of pulses zones, increased mechanisation, and extension of pulses to newer areas. It has also called for scaling up use of bio-pesticides and bio-fertilisers, and an improvement in seed replacement rate.

Oilseeds Total oilseeds production of India in 2010-11, as per the second crop estimate, is 27.85 million tonnes as against 24.88 milliontonnes in the previous year. A favourable monsoon in most parts of the country and high domestic prices of oilseeds seem to have prompted farmers to bring more acreage under oilseed crops. FAS forecast oil meal production and feed use in 2010-11 at 15.2 million tonnes and 11.5 million tonnes respectively. Oilmeal exports in 2010-11 are forecast at 3.4 million tonnes. Edible oil production in 2010-11 is forecast at 7 million tonnes, up 13% over 2009-10 with most of the increase expected in peanut, canola, and soybean oil, according to FAS. Consumption is also forecast to increase by 5% at 15.7 million tonnes.

National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture While the need to maximise crop yields to meet the growing demand for food grains is critical, we have to sustain agricultural productivity in the long run. There has been deterioration in soil health due to removal of crop residues and indiscriminate use of chemical fertilisers, aided by distorted prices. To address these issues, the Government seeks to promote organic farming methods, combining modern technology with traditional farming practices like green manuring, biological pest control and weed management.

Agriculture Credit To get the best from their land, farmers need access to affordable credit. Banks have been consistently meeting the targets set for agriculture credit flow in the past few years. For the year 2011-12, the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, in his Budget, has proposed raising the target of credit flow to the farmers from Rs3,75,000 crore in 2010-11 to Rs4,75,000 crore. Banks have been asked to step up direct lending for agriculture and credit to small and marginal farmers. The existing interest subvention scheme of providing short-term crop loans to farmers at 7% interest will be continued during 2011-12. In the last budget, he had provided an additional 2% interest subvention to those farmers who repay their crop loans on time. Finding the response to this scheme encouraging, and as a further incentive to the farmers, the Finance Minister proposed to enhance the additional subvention to 3% in 2011-12. Thus, the effective rate of interest for such farmers would be 4% per annum. In view of the enhanced target for flow of agriculture credit, he has sought to strengthen NABARD’s capital base by infusing Rs3000 crore, in a phased manner, as Government equity. This would raise its paid-up capital to Rs5,000 crore.

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About the Venue Bangalore, the Garden City of India because of its greenery and the presence of many public parks, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. Located on the Deccan Plateau in the south-eastern part of Karnataka, Bangalore was inducted in the list of Global cities and ranked as a ‘Beta World City’ alongside cities such as Geneva, Copenhagen, Boston, Cairo, Riyadh, and Berlin (according to the studies by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network in 2008). Today, as a large city and growing metropolis, Bangalore is home to many of the most well-recognized colleges and research institutions in India. Numerous public sector heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications, and defence organisations are located in the city. Due to presence of a large number of IT firms, the city is called the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore, a demographically diverse city, with US$11.36 billion economy (2006–07), is one of the major economic centres in India. With an economic growth of 10.3%, it is the fastest growing major metropolis in India, and is also the country’s fourth largest FMCG market. Bangalore experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year. Bangalore receives rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons.

Organisers Since 1996, Media Today Group, backed by dedicated team of professionals, technocrats and marketing experts with over a decade of experience in publishing and conducting exhibitions, conferences, workshops, training programmes, is pioneer in organising specilised trade exhibitions. The Group has already organised a series of events including International Horti Expo, DairyTech India, GrainTech India, Flora Expo, Landscape and Gardening Expo, Cold Chain & Logistics Expo, Seed, Agrochem & Irrigation Expo, Processing & Packaging Expo, India organic Expo, Food Retailing Expo, Agri Finance & Insurance Expo, Medi Herbal Expo and Agri Tech India. The Group publishes national-level magazines-- Floriculture Today, AgriBusiness & Food Industry, and Saarc Oils & Fats Today, and Directories like APEDA Exporters Directory, Food Processing Industry & Trade Directory, Roller Flour Mills & Allied Industries Directory, and Floriculture, Nursery & Landscape Industry Directory. Media Today Group regularly participates in all major national and international exhibitions related to floriculture, horticulture, food & technology, etc held at major centres like Holland, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, South Africa, Russia, Singapore, China, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Also the Group has a strong marketing network spread over all major business destinations, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore with marketing associates in China, Taiwan, Thailand, France, Spain and UAE.

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Conference information Grain Tech India 2011 - Gateway to Hottest Destination for Food Products & Technologies Products & services from over 15 countries will be on display Focus on post-harvest management, processing and value addition to grain September 9-11, Palace Ground, Bangalore, India Indian agriculture is now going through critical times. On the one hand, relying on its strength of its Green Revolution strategy and having emerged an exporter of grains and food products, the government is keen to enact a Food Security law to ensure minimum food grains to every individual in the country as his or her own right. On the other hand, the weaknesses in the implementation of the strategy are showing up in a glaring manner. One latest such instance is the huge losses of procured food grains for want of proper storage facilities. The need of the hour is increased productivity of grains and building of an effective supply chain to ensure that what is produced in the farm reaches the consumer in good shape. In fact, what is imperative is to plug every loophole in the food production and distribution system, which means effective use of available technology. Significantly, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his Independence Day speech emphasised on the need for technology to tackle various ills facing the farm sector.

Why This Initiative? On Union Agriculture and Food Minister Sharad Pawar’s own admission, India wastes food grains worth Rs. 58,000 crore every year because of weaknesses in storage techniques and deficiencies in supply chain. This colossal loss of grains rendered unfit for human consumption is all the more unfortunate in a country where a sizeable section of the population goes to bed hungry. Is it not a paradox that when the government is all set to enact a Food Security law to ensure minimum food grains to each individual as his or her right, cereal losses of such magnitude go on unchecked? Significantly, in her address to the joint session of parliament, President of India Pratibha Patil reiterated the government’s commitment to bring forward the law and said States are being consulted to ensure its success. As is well known, right use of technology holds the key to sort out many problems in agriculture and allied sectors. Modern technology needs to be adopted to improve the functioning of the entire chain of activities encompassing production, processing, storage, distribution and value addition -- in fact the nitty-gritty of every operation -- to take the food and food products from the farmer’s fields to the consumer’s table. The present agriculture scenario in India would reveal that although the Green Revolution has brought about a transformation on the farm front, the situation calls for many mid-course corrections to enhance the output through such measures as area expansion, productivity increase and restoration of soil health to augment employment opportunities and income. Transfer of technology is a ‘must’ to make the benefits of the Revolution more meaningful to the stakeholders, who include the farmers, industry and trade and, of course, the government. Surely, the Green Revolution technology is not for food grains alone; there are a host of other food products and produce like oilseeds, spices, fruits, vegetables, coffee and cocoa, and many more that demand attention. Improved technology becomes all the more relevant in view of the fact that despite India becoming a prominent player in commodities like wheat, rice and many other cereal crops, domestic demand for all food products is increasing because of changing life styles and population pressure. This demand-supply mismatch is aggravated by crop diversification by farmers who find cultivation of horticulture crops and other activities more lucrative than growing traditional cereal crops. As a result, import of many food products is continuously on the rise. It is against this background that Media Today Group, which has an impeccable track record in organising international trade fairs and conferences, has thought it fit to hold a separate three-day exhibition i.e. Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of GrainTech India 2011


GrainTech India 2011 in Bangalore, beginning on September 9. This will be the 2nd edition of the event. Undoubtedly, GrainTech assumes greater significance in the context of the on-going programmes of National Food Security Mission to give a big boost to the production -- and productivity – of rice, wheat and pulses through technological intervention. GrainTech India will be devoted to post harvest management, processing and value addition to grain.

Exhibitor Profile The total food production in India is likely to double in the next few years and there are ample opportunities for large investments in grain milling, processing, grain storage, technology and allied segments. The exhibition will include: cleaning, grading & milling technology for grains, cereals, rice, pulses, spices & oil seeds; packaging machinery & equipment for all types of grains; grain storage/silos; colour sorting machinery; banks & financial institutions; post harvest technology; bakery products; wrapping, sealing & lamination equipment; certification agencies; solvent extractors plant & machinery; oil seeds crushing plant manufacturers; food products including rice, spices, pulses, wheat products, milled products, oil seeds, pasta, noodles, biscuits, oleo-chemicals, cookies, macaroni, tea, coffee, soybean & cocoa bean among others, and many more sector-related products & services. Exhibitors from India and abroad will participate in the Expo. Last year, trade visitors from over 20 countries, including the Netherlands, Bahrain, Iran, UAE, USA, Germany, Taiwan, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Kuwait, Jamaica, Greece, Pakistan, Israel, Uganda, Turkey, Ethiopia, UK, Spain, Belgium and Japan, took part in the event. To impart more value to the event, a two-day international conference and, workshops for farmers and agri-entrepreneurs are being planned. Appropriately, the theme of the conference is “Food Security through Technology”.

Event Support The event has the full support of the Union Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MFPI) and Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), all of which have a vital stake in increasing food production to meet rising domestic demand and to promote food exports. While the Agriculture Ministry has a plethora of schemes to encourage adoption of latest technology to raise productivity levels in the farms, MFPI has its focus on checking colossal losses of harvested food grains and horticulture produce by promoting value addition through use of latest technology. APEDA’s role, on the other hand, becomes important as it has set its eyes on taking food exports from the country to a new high. The aim is to make India a “Food Basket of the world.” APEDA has set an export target of 15 billion dollars worth food products to be achieved in the years to come. Closely associated with organisation of the conference are other important bodies that are involved in producing and marketing of quality food products, both for the domestic

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Conference information and global markets. The organisations are: Indian Institute of Crop Processing Technology, Roller Flour Millers’ Federation of India, The Solvent Extractors’ Association of India, Soybean Processors Association of India, Indian Oilseeds and Produce Export Promotion Council, NSIC, All India Food Processors’ Association, Indian Biscuits Manufacturers’ Association and Bharatiya Krishak Samaj. The event is focusing on southern India. But why? In South India, farmers are growing a number of crops, but facing problems in enhancing production and value addition because of inadequate exposure to the latest technology, advanced production practices, logistics and marketing as well. Therefore, the expo aims at bridging this huge communication gap among enterprising farmers of South India, machinery manufacturers, food product exporters & importers.

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GRAIN TECH INDIA : KEY FACTS Venue: Gayathri Vihar, Palace Ground, Main International Airport Road, Bangalore, India. (20 kms from Bangalore International Airport towards city near Mekhri Circle, Bellary Road) (Distance from Main City 5 kms from Bangalore Railway Station).

Local Conveyance: Easy Cab, Meru Cab, Autorickshaw

Date: 9 – 11 September 2011

Time : 10:00 a.m to 6:30 p.m. on 9th & 10th September 2011 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on 11th September 2011

Entry Fee: Trade Visitors are free against Registration / Invitation send by the Exhibitors for Organisers Rs. 40/- (Per Person) for others

Dress Code: Official / Suit / Formals

Language: English, Hindi, Kannada.

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Conference information

Exhibition floor plan

Provisional Exhibitors List of GrainTech 2011 OCRIM S.p.A. Buhler (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Indian Oilseeds and Produce Export Promotion Council (IOPEPC)

Mathews Company

Centrifugal Castings (India)

Shah Brothers

Irle Kay Jay Rolls Pvt. Ltd.

Sifter International

Nuwave Technology Private Limited / Symaga Spain

Schmidt Seeger India Pvt. Ltd.

Ethiopian Pulses, Oilseeds and Spices Exporters Association.

Fowler Westrup India Pvt. Limited

Scorpio Engineering Pvt Ltd

Jiangsu Muyang Group Co.,Ltd.

S. S. Milling & Engineering Co.

Lambton Conveyor Limited

Millmore Engineering Private Ltd.

Pest Control (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Emmppe Associates

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G.G. Dandekar Machine Works Ltd.,

Waraha Enterprises (P) Ltd.

Roller Flour Millers Federation of India

Coffee Board

Hassia Packaging Pvt. Ltd.

Khushi Foods Pvt Ltd.

The Solvent Extractors’ Association of India

Lincon Polymers Pvt. Ltd.

GrainPro Phillippine

Maharaja Dehydration Pvt. Ltd.

M/S. Ats International Co., Ltd, Korea/Rkg Enterprises

Infomedia 18 Ltd.

India Factory

Modern Laminators Pvt. Ltd.

Avity AgroTech Industries

Spices Board - Kerala

Flourtech Engineers (P) Ltd.

Control Union Certifications

Ugur Mak. San. Gida Ins. Taah. End. Yap. Trz. Tarim Dis Tic. Ltd.Sti.

Shiva Analyticals (India) Limited

Altuntas Hav.Ve Hayv.San.Tic A.S.(Altuntas Group)

Petonia Foods Pvt. Ltd.

Milltec Machinery Pvt. Ltd.

Best Engineering Technologies

Shekhar Brothers

Prajakta Technology Pvt. Ltd.

Bakers Association - Kerala (BAKE)

Saffron Media Pvt. Ltd.

Vital Therapeutics & Formualations Pvt.Ltd

Sensograph Packaging Technology Pvt. Ltd.

Unique Equipments

Surya Food & Agro Ltd.

Food Processing Industry & Trade Directory

Mother Dairy, Yelahanka, B’lore

The Soybean Processors Association of India

Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Association - India

The Computype Media

Annapurna Foods

The Amalgamated Press

All India Food Processors’ Association

Technotalent Engineering India Pvt. Ltd. T & I Global Ltd.

Prime Progression Export And Services Private Limited / Jmp Packaging Private Limited

Four Square Media Pvt Ltd.

Allanasons Limited

John Bean Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.

Ministry of Food Processing Industries

SSP Pvt. Limited

National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited

Spraying Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.

A.B.S Foods Ingredients

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Conference information Dharampal Satyapal Ltd. Trimurti Corns Agro Foods Pvt. Ltd. Pune Five Star Dehydration Concept Engineers Aspee Group of Companies Bedico Automatives Baliraja / Agro India Arimitsu, Kawabe Noken, Nichi-In Agritech, Touzai Group K K, Japan Jagatjit Agro Technology Pvt. Ltd. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. A A Politiv Ltd. Jaypee Industrial Corporation Jiangsu Jiangdong Group Import & Export Co. Ltd. Avian Publications Association of Equipment Manufacturers AgriBusiness & Food Industry Alaska Techno- Products AGRITECH INDIA Newspaper Ha Ko Enterprises Allround (India) Vegetable Processing Machines Pvt Ltd. Indiamart.com Bejo Sheetal Seeds Pvt. Ltd. Advent InfoSoft Pvt. Ltd. Agriculture & Industry Survey Dasmesh Mechanical Works Pennwalt Ltd. Chemtron Science Labs Pvt Ltd Climax Synthetics Pvt. Ltd. Foretell Business Solutions Pvt Ltd Annadata Department Ushodaya Enterprises Private Limited (TV Division) Agriplast Beri Udyog Pvt. Ltd. RNZ DMCC; Dubai Supreme Petrochem Ltd. SVR Agencies Distributors for Aspee Group of companies Thozhil Ulagam Publication’s Tradeindia.com Tradelink Services Vizion Publications Windsor International Tractors Ltd., Directorate Of Horticulture - Bihar Horticulture & Food Processing Dept., U.P. P.S.G Industrial Institute Department Of Horticultue - Chattisgarh Speedways Rubber Company Agri Life Ministry of Agriculture Deptt. Of Horticulture, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh Coconut Development Board Gujarat Agro Industries Corpn. Ltd. State Horticulture Mission, Govt. of Kerala Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board (MSAMB)

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Dasmesh Mechanical Works, Amargarh Deptt of Agriculture & Food Processing Farmer Tractor Rajya Krishi Utpadan Mandi Parishad - U.P. Osaw Agro Ind. Pvt. Ltd. Kasb Agro Solutions Kisan Ki Awaaz Krushitek Pvt. Ltd. Langner Co,. Ltd Lokmangal Sheti-Pratik Longyan Zhongnong Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Maxim Integrated Products Mayuresh Industries Nantong Flw Agricultural Equipment Co., Ltd. NCPAH Sukra Machines New Swan Enterprises (Agro Division) Standard Corporation (India) Ltd.,(Tractor Division) International Horti Expo 2011 Parry Enterprises India Ltd, Tuflex India Division Foggers India Pvt. Ltd. Poultry Express Preet Agro Industries Pvt. Ltd. R.K. Media International Ratnagiri Impex Pvt. Ltd. Shree Enterprises Shreem Electric Limited Spectra Precision Lasers (P) Ltd. K.S. Agrotech Naveena Veelanmai

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